Author: Carol Masingi

Township Economy in 2020 Series #7: The Township High Street Needs Management’s Support
Townships are a space of innovation like no other. The proactive nature and DIY attitude of commercial stakeholders should be respected and supported. However, these modi operandi often come from [...]
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Township Economy in 2020 Series #5: Informal Food Service in South Africa’s Townships
Informal foodservice is a critical sector of the township economy, andcomprises the preparation of sit-down and take-away food in the township and street trade economy. Post COVID-19’s economic effects mean [...]
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Township Economy In 2020 Series #4: An Interview with SLF’s Project Officer, Anthony Muteti
Anthony Muteti, The Sustainable Livelihoods Foudation’s Project Officer, has created a podcast series. In this series, he shares his experiences about what happens in the field while doing research. This [...]
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Township Economy in 2020 Series #3: Do Food Hampers Advance or Undermine Sustainable Diets?
Transitioning towards sustainable diets is imperative to avoiding the worst effects of climate change, environmental degradation and malnutrition. Madeleine Coste, a Food Policy MSc student at City, University of London, [...]
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Township Economy in 2020 Series #2: Rental Accommodation in Delft South and Eindhoven
In this blog, the second of our series on the Township Economy in 2020, we report on a new study of township rental accommodation, conducted in Delft South and Eindhoven, [...]
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